Graduation Preparation

Convocation Information

Graduating Class of 2018, in the stands within the UIC Pavilion, with Honors College deans and faculty seated in the front row

The Honors College Convocation is a formal and personal way to acknowledge the success of graduating seniors each spring semester. At the ceremony, students wear their commencement robes, and receive their gold stoles and a certificate of achievement. A leading scholar and an Honors College graduating senior are asked to speak. A reception for the students, their families, and Honors College staff and Faculty Follows.

The Honors College honors graduating seniors each fall semester through a reception, where they receive their gold stoles and a certificate of achievement, alongside their families and Honors College staff and Faculty Fellows.

Find more information here.

Declare your Intent to Graduate with the Honors College

The link to declare your intent to graduate with the Honors College will be posted here each semester, for students planning to graduate at the end of that semester.

UIC Graduation Details

Please find information about how to declare your intent to graduate with your degree-granting college, conferral dates, and diploma processes here.

For information about the UIC campus-wise commencement ceremonies